Industry of War

 INOG   (Image, 2005)

and 2005 Jordan Raskin

Lots of grey screen and photo-realistic backgrounds accentuate this tale of war about the fictional account of what may have happened if certain weapons that were created during the Gulf War made their way into the wrong hands. Very grim, very dark and very graphic with much violent action that reads like a screenplay to a movie, and small wonder, that is exactly what author Jordan Raskin has intended. Whether this does make it to the big screen or not, the reader can imagine watching a big budget feature in any case.

Mark Arnold

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